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|RX BIN: 015558||RX PCN: HT||Group ID: DDN6600||Card Holder ID: DDN6600|
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2019 Price of Elelyso
|$780||1 vial/200 units|
|price without discount in nearest pharmacy. Price may vary.|
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Taliglucerase Alfa volume of distribution
The steady state volume of distribution is between 7.30 to 11.7 L.
Discount Cards 16,000+
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What is Taliglucerase Alfa
Taliglucerase alfa is the recombinant active form of the human lysosomal enzyme, -glucocerebrosidase. It was approved in 2012 and is marketed under the name Elelyso for use in patients with type 1 Gaucher’s disease.
Taliglucerase Alfa mechanism of action
Taliglucerase alfa is different from human glucocerebrosidase by two amino acids at the N terminal and up to 7 amino acids at the C terminal. This recombinant enzyme allows the hydrolysis reaction of glucocerebroside to glucose and ceramide that naturally occurs in healthy individuals.
Dosage forms of Taliglucerase Alfa
|Injection, powder, lyophilized, for solution||intravenous||200 U/5mL|
|Powder for solution||intravenous||200 unit|
Pfizer Laboratories Div Pfizer Inc
Humans and other mammals
Indication of Taliglucerase Alfa
For the treatment of adult Type 1 Gaucher disease.
Toxicity of Taliglucerase Alfa
The most common toxic reaction seen was infusion reactions such as urticaria, arthralgia, headache, and chest pain due to IV administration.
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